STILL BILL is an intimate portrait of soul legend Bill Withers, best known for his classics “Ain’t No Sunshine,” “Lean On Me,” “Lovely Day,” “Grandma’s Hands,” and “Just the Two of Us.” With his soulful delivery and warm, heartfelt sincerity, Withers has written the songs that have – and always will – resonate deeply within the fabric of our times. Filmmakers Damani Baker and Alex Vlack follow Withers and offer a unique and rare look inside the world of this fascinating man. Through concert footage, journeys to his birthplace, interviews with music legends, his family and closest friends, STILL BILL presents the story of an artist who has written some of the most beloved songs in our time and who truly understands the heart and soul of a man.
An omnibus film of four stories pulled straight from Thailand's most gruesome headlines. In "Flame", a man is haunted by regret and a ghost after he survives a nightclub fire that killed ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Justin F (it) wrote: Not the best dysfunctional film you'll ever see, but certainly not the worst either. I did enjoy the acting in this film and felt it was natural especially in the awkward moments. Although I wouldn't recommend anyone view it with elders. Conservatives either.. Although, with an open mind it could help one to realize the important things in life. No matter the issue, a lot of conflicts have little importance when it comes down to it. Especially family or more importantly love. Value can be found in this film.
Teri D (ag) wrote: Beautiful, brilliant and completely unexpected. A triumph for Simon Frank and Tinge Krishnan.
Stephanie O (ru) wrote: I wanted to like this. I love murder mysteries, I love noir, I love movies based off real events. But this was awful story telling, ridiculous plot, horrible editing. Such a disappointment for such a fascinating LA murder.
Don K (it) wrote: A Fabulous Movie! Well done. Acting great and story great. Being an Aviator and Navy Combat Cinematographer, I know good flicks. Get after it!
Ameena M (de) wrote: Great cast, but not a polished piece of work...Doesn't flow well and the cheesy music doesn't help. I was easily bored and didn't care for a few of the characters.
Agata G (ag) wrote: Eye candy with some pretty interesting plot twists,but in the end of the day it's mildly entertaining.
andrea l (nl) wrote: do i see anime or boobs or boos in anime/
Chance P (mx) wrote: It was a good way to end the series
Ashton S (nl) wrote: Whos the fucking daddy???
Andy C (fr) wrote: Yeah, it's long, but also a little bit ridiculous, though not necessarily unrealistic. If you revel in the oddness of the human condition, you'll probably like it a lot.
James H (it) wrote: Rather strange and hokey melodrama about a crippled madman, played by Walter Huston, who rules the African colony of Kongo. He wants revenge on the man who crippled him, so he tortures the man's daughter. Intense at times.
Jordan B (mx) wrote: Albert Finney's no David Suchet, but Sidney Lumet's take on the classic mystery is stunningly well done and loyal to the book. A prime example of why Agatha Christie is second to none in the genre.